Monthly Archives: March 2013

Thursday March 28th, 2013

Evolution of Galaxies and their Environments at z = 0.1 to 3 in COSMOS N. Scoville, S. Arnouts, H. Aussel, A. Benson, A. Bongiorno, K. Bundy, M. A. A. Calvo, P. Capak, M. Carollo, F. Civano, J. Dunlop, M. Elvis, … Continue reading

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Wednesday 27th Mar 2013

arXiv:1303.6284 Herschel Exploitation of Local Galaxy Andromeda (HELGA) III: The Star Formation Law in M31 George P. Ford, Walter K. Gear, Matthew W. L. Smith, Steve A. Eales, Maarten Baes, George J. Bendo, Mederic Boquien, Alessandro Boselli, Asantha R. Cooray, … Continue reading

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Tuesday 3/26/13

Just one paper today, and not even that long (ApJ letter). Anyways, it’s by Zahid et al., on the evolution of the galaxy mass-metallicity relationship with redshift. They have 3 redshift bins under z=1 that they have some confidence in … Continue reading

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Friday March 15

Beware the ides of March Variation of Mid and Far-IR Luminosities among Early-Type Galaxies: Relation to Stellar Metallicity and Cold Dust William G. Mathews, Pasquale Temi, Fabrizio Brighenti, Alexandre Amblard (Submitted on 14 Mar 2013) The Hubble morphological sequence from … Continue reading

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Tuesday, 03/12/13

Not much from this Tuesday, but this paper by Zhang et al. discusses the connection between MIR dust and the outflows from Seyfert-type galaxies. What was new to me, although not really in this paper is that MIR-emission in Seyferts … Continue reading

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Wednesday 13th Mar 2013

arXiv:1303.2758 Formation of Dense Molecular Gas and Stars at the Circumnuclear Starburst Ring in the Barred Galaxy NGC 7552 Hsi-An Pan, Jeremy Lim, Satoki Matsushita, Tony Wong, Stuart Ryder arXiv:1303.2726 ALMA redshifts of millimeter-selected galaxies from the SPT survey: The … Continue reading

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8 March, 2013 06:11

[Tuesday, 03/05/13] Two papers from Tuesday. The first works through what various star-formation proscriptions (such as a constant density threshold, a KS-type law, a Jeans mass criterion, etc.) actually should look like in simulations (Hopkins et al.). The second paper … Continue reading

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